The Greater Cambridge Partnership is set to launch a consultation for a proposed new transport interchange in Oakington.
Following initial engagement with the local community this summer we are now planning to consult on the proposals for a pilot Rural Travel Hub which, if agreed, would be one of the first in the area.
Rural Travel Hubs are small transport interchanges which encourage people to change to a more environmentally friendly way of travelling. The potential Rural Travel Hub would be next to Station Road and adjacent to the Oakington Guided Busway stop. It will provide new links to connect Oakington and the surrounding villages with public transport, walking, and cycling routes.
We’re looking for your views on the need for a Rural Travel Hub in Oakington, what facilities should be provided at any hub, and any comments on some initial design options.
We hope that people from the surrounding area will use the proposed Oakington Rural Travel Hub and it’s really important to us that local people, including those in Rampton, tell us what they think of the proposals.
You can find out more about the plans and meet us in person at:
|Oakington Pavilion||Wednesday 21 November||5pm-7pm||Oakington Recreation Ground,Queens Way, Oakington, CB24 3AQ|
|Crossways Communitea Cafe||Thursday 22 November||10am-12pm||1 Longstanton Road, OakingtonCB24 3BB|
|Cottenham Village Hall||Wednesday 28 November||7pm-8.30pm||Lambs Lane, Cottenham, CB24 8TB|
The consultation will run in the late autumn until the New Year. Full information about the consultation, including potential features of a Rural Travel Hub and mock-ups of how the site could look, can be found on our website at